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Manchester United(Man U) 4 Crystal Palace 0: Fellaini hits double as Mourinho's men cruise

Mourinho's side have won seven consecutive matches in all competitions, while Palace are pointless and still without a goal from as many top-flight games as their abysmal start to the campaign goes on.
Manchester United won their seventh straight match in all competitions by easing past Crystal Palace at Old Trafford.
And two close-range finishes from the in-form Fellaini either side of half-time took his season tally to four before Romelu Lukaku sealed a comprehensive victory late on as United continued to impress even without the injured Paul Pogba.
Palace's confidence was already shot coming into the game and United took advantage to move ahead inside three minutes.
A quiet spell followed the early drama, with the next shot on target for either side not coming until after the half-hour mark when David de Gea beat away an effort from Bakary Sako, who was starting in an unfamiliar striking role with Christian Benteke out injured.
Having struck early in the first half, United repeated the trick within four minutes of the restart. Lukaku had a quiet outing, but should have scored when he took advantage of an advantage from referee Mike Dean to run into the area and send a left-footed strike inches wide when he appeared destined to find the far corner.

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